Lisp Hackers

Interviews with 100x More Productive Programmers

by Vsevolod Dyomkin

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Book Description

This book is a collection of short interviews with 14 prominent individuals from different parts of the world, from Australia to Canada, and of different occupations, from low-level programmers to physicists and musicians, asking them a more-or-less similar set of questions on the following topics: their general attitude to programming, attitude towards and experience with Lisp, stories of real-world Lisp projects.

Overall, this should give an insight into why people use Lisp, as well as help the readers gain some new experience and improve as programmers.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY-NC-SA). You can download Lisp Hackers ebook for free in PDF format (1.5 MB).

Table of Contents

 
A Short Intro
 
 
A Few Quotes
 
 
Zach Beane (USA)
 
 
Edi Weitz (Germany)
 
 
Slava Akhmechet (USA)
 
 
Pascal Costanza (Germany - Belgium)
 
 
Peter Seibel (USA)
 
 
Marijn Haverbeke (Netherlands - Germany)
 
 
François-René (Faré) Rideau (France - USA)
 
 
Daniel Barlow (UK)
 
 
Christophe Rhodes (UK)
 
 
Luke Gorrie (Australia - Sweeden - Switzerland)
 
 
Juan José García Ripoll (Spain)
 
 
John Fremlin (USA)
 
 
Vladimir Sedach (Russia - Canada - USA)
 
 
Marc Battyani (France - USA)
 
 
Afterword
 

Book Details

Subject
Computer Science
Publisher
Leanpub
Published
2013
Pages
77
Edition
1
Language
English
PDF Size
1.5 MB
License
CC BY-NC-SA

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